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Poster: PhaedraBlue Date: Apr 13, 2012 11:19am
Forum: movies Subject: Re: new video/audio player 'opt in' is live!

Hi Tracey Pooh.

As I've already mentioned in an earlier post. The new player playes the video immediately but the sound control because null. Here is the link to one of the movies I have watched today:

http://archive.org/details/Breakdowns_Blowups_1936-1947

I'm using the latest Internet Explorer my machine is top of the line gamers machine with Windows 7. When I was running Windows XP I had some issues with the new player bogging down maybe due to cpu usage, so I always used the old player. Today I discovered that I couldn't get some of the movie DLs to play even on the old play and had to download them directly to my computer. I don't mind doing this because I have several different players loaded on my machine so I have no problems playing audio/video. But I am puzzled why your new version will not play the audio.

Let me walk you through it: When I choose a movie to watch before I click the play button the sound control is clearly activated. It's lit up with the sound wave )))) coming from the speaker symbol. The second I click to play the movie the sound symbol fades and the sound waves )))) disappear. There is no reaction whatsoever to clicking on the sound symbol. It's deactivated. Any clues?

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